Types of Authority in Formative Christianity and Judaism

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INDEX

a
Adam fall from grace, restoring humanity to Eden 11-37
Altar offerings in Rabbinic Judaism 30, 142-54
Apostolic leadership, apostolic council in Jerusalem and consultations 156-77;
opening door of faith for gentiles 156-7;
authority in earliest Christianity 38-69;
kingdom of God, Jesus and his disciples 39-56;
laying hands on, as association with spirit of God 107-16;
profile of leadership, 115-22
Atonement restoring humanity to Eden 11-37

c
Caecilian, bishop 171
Caird, G.B. 47
Catchpole, David 42-3, 46
Charismatic authority, laying hands on deacons, priests and others 107-16;
Moses and the prophets 73-99;
heavenly ‘echo’ succeeding prophecy as communication of heaven with Israel 76-99;
Zekhut as heritage of virtue 94-9
Christianity, apostles and bishops in earliest Christianity 38-69;
and apostolic succession of bishops 100-7;
charismata, divine spirit, in early
Christianity 100-22;
conciliar consultation for adoption of rules 155-77;
inclusion of gentiles at baptism 155-77,
and Nicene creed
Cleanness and uncleanness, Mishnaic rulings 130, 142-54
Collins, John J. 68, 163-4
Community in early Christianity animated by spirit of God 101-2

d
Death penalty 20-3, 25
Disciples, commissioning additional apostles and conduct in the fellowship of Israel 43-6;
incorporating non-Jews within the church by baptism 43;
ministry to Israelites 43-6
Donatus of Casae Nigrae 171

e
Eden, restoring Garden to humanity 1-37
Eisenman, Robert 159-61
Entitlement and merit, heritage of Zekhut 84-99
Epiphanius 161
Episcopal authority in earliest Christianity 38-69, 103-21;
emergence of episcopate 66-9;
problem of prophecy 116-19;
profile of leadership 103-22;
as instrument of unity 119-22
Eusebius, bishop of Caesarea 170-4;
mentioning James, brother of Jesus, as bishop in Jerusalem 103-4, 120-1

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